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Fórsa says improving pay ‘must be our priority’

The General Secretary of Fórsa, the country’s largest public sector trade union, has said that improving pay must be his ...
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Amid hiring surge, 79% of businesses struggling to fill vacancies

A new report has revealed record levels of hiring by Irish businesses but also shows that many are struggling to ...
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Aer Lingus owner IAG orders 50 new Boeing planes

Aer Lingus and British Airways owner IAG is to order 50 Boeing 737 MAX jets for delivery between 2023 and ...
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UK inflation hits 9%, highest since modern records started

British inflation leapt last month to its highest annual rate since 1982, piling pressure on finance minister Rishi Sunak to ...
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Fáilte Ireland launches drive to tackle staff shortages in tourism sector

A national campaign to address staff shortages in the tourism and hospitality sectors is being launched today by Fáilte Ireland. ...
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Gas generated over half of Ireland’s electricity in April

Gas reliably generated more than half the country’s electricity in April as the contribution from wind generation dropped to about ...
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C&C’s annual revenues fizz 88% higher

Drinks group C&C has reported a near 88% increase in revenues for the year to the end of February and ...
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Bank CEOs to meet Central Bank on account transfers

The chief executives of the main banks here are to meet representatives of the Central Bank today to discuss plans ...
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Cost inflation top threat to growth in food sector

Rising input costs and inflationary pressures have been identified as the top threat to business growth in the food sector ...
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